Pink, lilac, light blue, mint green up to shades of champagne: Playing with the essentials renewed in pastel tones is a foolproof move for a perfect business casual style to wear even in the office.
From Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette to the very current Bridgerton, the soft shades of pastel colors immediately refer us to a sophisticated, romantic, hyper-feminine but above all revolutionary imagery. It’s time to forget the rigid dress code of women's clothing and to dare even in the most formal environments with a touch of color: the sorbet and candy shades define the new suits, very light skirts, comfortable trousers and fluid summer dresses, to light up even the classic office wear with joy.
With the arrival of the warm season, you want to abandon gray dresses and play with the most daring combinations: the rule of the total look to create coordinated suits is always very trendy, but there are no limits to creativity: have you ever thought of combining a lilac blazer with pastel pink trousers? It is an opportunity to re-invent the concept of multicolor with delicacy, alternating with essential colors such as absolute black and optical white.
Spring also brings with it the desire to blossom: it plays with volumes that open elegantly and vaporously in shirt dresses, midi skirts and light sweaters, which take shape thanks to the layers of ruffles, pleated constructions and balloon details. Soft colors also invade printed fabrics, in macro and micro versions, as in the Alba Ruffo collection which mixes a mint green base with more decisive and impactful floral graphics.
Don't think that these colors are only suitable for ceremonial looks. In fact, it is possible to wear them every day, in a super easy way even at work. The most rigorous daily wardrobe is tinged with delicate shades, reinvented by the business casual mood of the Brembati brand: it always starts with a fitted blazer - single or double-breasted - which can be worn in the classic combination with palazzo or flared trousers, or, with a pencil skirt to highlight the silhouette of the body. As an alternative to the classic white shirt, just layer it with a soft blouse in champagne or pastel blue tones. The sheath dress returns to be the absolute protagonist, with a minimal retro design to have a chic and professional spring outfit at the same time.